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Gov. Andrew Cuomo reaffirms support for Roe v. Wade

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York City on the eve of the President Trump announces get his Supreme court.

Before the planned announcement of President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order for the protection of abortion and contraceptive coverage in the state.

As justice Anthony Kennedy announced his resignation, what to choose is more important than the ability to, his second Supreme court voiced in his first term as President, the Democrats, the public concern that the nation’s highest court, with the addition of a conservative judge who could overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark decision that legalized abortion.

Flanked by women with signs in support of planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider, Cuomo on Monday Trump plans to roll-back Roe v. Wade said as part of his plan to “make America great again” and “take us back to the dark days … had in front of women, the constitutional-legal protection, control over their own body.”

He made a mockery of the Supreme Court as a “rubber stamp for the President.”

“Mark my words, you will have to move back to roll Roe v. Wade. This will be the next step, said by this President,” Cuomo, a Democrat,.

Without many details, Cuomo protects signed an executive order that he said: “the right to choose a woman, protect the right of women to contraception, no insurance can deny it, no bureaucracy can deny it, and no Federal authority can deny it.”

Be to updates, the to expand a Department for the regulation of the financial services, insurance coverage of contraceptive drugs and devices, and allow you to fill women up to 12 months of a prescribed contraceptives at a time, according to a press release. It ensures that “women in New York who are insured through individual, small group and large group comprehensive health insurance as well as Medicaid insurance coverage without cost-sharing for contraceptive services.”

Cuomo signed a similar order in January of 2017, ensure that in New York “contraceptive drugs and devices are covered, the deductibles of the commercial health insurance without co-payment, co-insurance, or self, regardless of the future of the Affordable Care Act.”

Monday-Directive codifies the 2017 leadership “on the information that must be provided, which are covered in phrases in relation to contraception, including the determination of what prevention means, without cost-sharing,” the Governor’s office said.


“They want to take us back to pre-1973. They want us back in the dark days.” —@NYGovCuomo

— NYCLU (@NYCLU) on July 9, 2018

Cuomo called for to keep the Senate for a special session to pass a law that would codify Roe v. Wade in New York before the next Supreme Court confirmed. As the Albany Times Union reported, the Republican-controlled Senate blocked efforts to pass the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) in the past.

At the campaign-style event Monday, Cuomo said, “God told me that I was a feminist, if he gave me three daughters.” He blasted the “extreme conservative philosophy in Washington that is trying to take over the country.”

“The Federal government … has shown a lack of respect for women. The disrespect you show is personal, it is professional and it is governmental,” Cuomo said, adding the government has done “nothing” with the I Also exercise.

Cynthia Nixon, who is challenging Cuomo in the democratic gubernatorial primary in September, said Cuomo’s efforts are too late.

“You should not just rule and fight as a Democrat, in the Democrat primary; you should do it, after the election,” Nixon, actress, earlier Monday said, according to the New York Daily News.


With the announcement planned for Monday evening, Trump has already decided who is nominated for his Supreme court, a source told Fox News. He is thought to be the decision between the four judges: Amy Coney Barrett, Thomas Hardiman, Brett Kavanaugh and Raymond Kethledge.

In 2016, Trump promised that he, the pro-life judge would be “on the court.”

Republicans Sens. Susan Collins of main and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska have said they support the right to abortion and are in search of commitments of the candidates, that Roe v. Wade will not be suspended.

Both women are targeted by a liberal group about your voice. However, in 2017 you have chosen both, to confirm, from gorsuch, who was confirmed, 54-45.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.

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